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You can use over the counter Canestan cream on the area three times a day for 3 weeks.
In take of oral Diflucan 150 mg once a week can help eliminating your problem.
The oral medication may need a prescription.
The local application would be available over the counter.
Please do remember that this should be continued for atleast 3 weeks as this would help in eliminating the condition.
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You cannot substitute with anything tablet orally.
It is not necessary.
You can try treating your condition with the application of Canestan cream on the area twice a day for around 3 weeks . That also can help you over time.
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No , Canestan cream has Cotrimazole in it. The other options is Lotrimin.
Avoid cortizone-10 cream on the area.